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More than 400,000 Facebook users in building Area 51 rally: “let them see aliens

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More than 400,000 people have pledged on a Facebook event, promise to Storm Area 51,” in September, in an attempt to “make them see the aliens.”

On Friday, 416,000 people had been referred to as a “go” for the planned raid, what the event is, the organisers say, will take place on the 20th of September, at 3 o’clock, An additional 428,000 people had been referred to as a “party.”

icipants are likely to have a nearby “tourist attraction” where she is coordinating our entry.”

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“If he is straight, we can move faster than their bullets,” and the description of the event said, referring to a Japanese comic character known for his speed.

“Let them see the aliens.”

DigitalGlobe satellite image shows Area 51. The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. (Photo DigitalGlobe via Getty Images)

There are more than 21,000 messages to the event, with the number of Facebook users in posting “game plan” for how the attack would go on, including the formations, and the “rock throwers.”

One user even wrote a disclaimer in the event that some of the people seen at the end of September.

“Hello, AMERICAN government, this is not a joke, and I’m not going to go any further with this plan. I thought it would be funny and give me some thumbsy uppies on the web. I am not responsible if people decide to actually get to storm area 51.”

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Area 51 is a facility near Groom Lake, Nevada, conducted by the air force for which the work is to be very organized. It is associated with an out of this world conspiracy theories, since the testing of the spy plane in 1955, the Central Intelligence Agency is the first to shed light on the military soldiers.

An air force spokesman declined to comment when reached by Fox News on Friday.

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